The space-age technology showcased in the Pro3 Race tire is the result of many hours of testing and assessment by Tour De France racers. This super-light race tire features a supple casing for amazing road response and feel. It sports ultra-low-rolling resistance and its puncture-resistant tread provides impressive durability as well. The Pro3 Race tire is a great way to soup up your road rocket whether you race or just enjoy effortless velocity.
Weight: 185 grams (700 x 20c); 200 grams (700 x 23c); 215 grams (700 x 25c)
The Pro3 Race in Black/Gray is available in sizes 700 x 20c, 23c and 25c. All other colors are available in size 700 x 23c.
This is a folding tire.
|Black / 700 x 23c||3528704022106||92110||MIC346254373|
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Love Michelin. I've tried all the main brands on the market and had the best experience with Michelin. I have several bikes for different uses (mostly endurance, mountain, race, crits) and regularly switch my wheels / tires depending on the situations and road conditions. The Pro3 race tires are fairly polyvalent. Love it.
I've tested a lot of different race tires and was pretty happy with my Continental until I got convinced by a friend to try the Michelin. I was really impressed by the cornering adhesion; you can really feel the difference. It also reacts perfectly in wet weather with an excellent grip. By far the best I've had. I'm a competitive cyclist and pack hundreds of miles every week; I used to puncture very regularly but so far have not had a flat with my Michelin. Very happy with it and impressed by the performance. It's a race tire and not really appropriate for other uses. I've heard that their other models are great for other uses. I'll probably switch to Michelin for my other bikes next time I've to change the tires.
Found these to be the answer as both an everyday tire and race tire. Great in the dry and able to put up with some offroad abuse. These are a race tire so they do have limits. Great choice for a serious cyclist.
These have to be the worst tires I've ridden on in years. in wet weather, you'll have absolutely zero confidence you'll make it around any curve. I'm surprised Michelin has not recalled these. Even on dry pavement, they give a shaky feel. If you climb standing up, if the road is even a little damp, be prepared for the real wheel to slip. Another issue that I found out after my purchase is that you can inflate these to a max of 117 PSI. I'm now back on Vittoria tires and am pleased as could be. Wish I hadn't wasted my money on a set of these Michelens. Bottom line, I'd be tempted to recommend these to my ex spouse.
So far, I mostly do long rides, and had no flats. Great looking and traction, durable and, to date, zero complains....